AS Roma heads to Amsterdam for a fight against Ajax in Quarter-Finals Europe League
The decisive weeks in the various football competitions are coming. That also applies to Ajax and the Europa League. The team from Amsterdam will play the first game in the quarter-finals against AS Roma on Thursday evening. Predict the results of Ajax Amsterdam – AS Roma and claim high odds with bonuses with sports betting!
The history between Ajax Amsterdam and AS Roma
The history of matches between Ajax Amsterdam and AS Roma is short. Only in the 2002 – 2003 season was Ajax Amsterdam – AS Roma already played at the international level. That was then for the Champions League. Ajax won that diptych by winning 2-1 at home and closing the away match in Rome with 1-1.
Furthermore, no duels have been played between the Italian Serie A team and Ajax. We can say that Ajax managed to qualify at the expense of Young Boys (3-0 and 0-2), while AS Roma turned out to be better than Shakhtar Donetsk (3-0 and 1-2).
Who is the favourite at Ajax Amsterdam against AS Roma
The online bookmakers see Ajax as a favourite in this game. Why do you think? First of all, Ajax is the home team and because the team of trainer Erik ten Hag is tough to beat this season. Even in the Eredivisie match against SC Heerenveen, Ajax did not play well but managed to win with Ajax a 1-2.
AS Roma, on the other hand, seems to be struggling with form. The Italian league has not won three times in a row: 2-0 loss against Parma, 0-2 defeat against Napoli and 2-2 against Sassuolo last weekend.
Which odds will Ajax and AS Roma get?
The pre-match odds confirm the team’s favourite status from Amsterdam in the match Ajax Amsterdam – AS Roma. For a win of the home team, the bookmakers paid an average of 2.00 times your stake. Almost double your investment!
You will find higher odds at the betting offices where you can play in the Europa League if you choose AS Roma as the winner. A winning bet on the Italian Serie A formation, where Rick Karsdorp plays, gives you an average: x3.65 times the stake paid out. This quotation is used by Bwin.com, among others. If there is no winner on Thursday, the payout will be roughly the same. On average, the online bookmakers pay 3.80 times the playing amount to gamblers who made a winning prediction on a split in the Johan Cruijff Arena.